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Posted on Tuesday 31st October 2017
Front cover of The GiST magazine, autumn edition, showing a patient Cortez and the assistive communication team.

Front cover of the GiST magazine.

A new issue of Guy’s and St Thomas’ quarterly magazine, the GiST, is out now.

Read about the latest news, developments and achievements of staff from across the Trust, including Evelina London.

In this edition:

  • Dr Adam Fox, consultant children’s allergist explains how babies will benefit from new milk allergy guidance
  • The Children’s Community Speech and Language Therapy team explain how they won funding from the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Dragon’s Den competition to create a film to promote the importance of speech and language therapy
  • The Demmer family share what it’s like for parents when their child is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and how they have been supported by the Community Speech and Language Therapy team
  • Evelina London supporters, Georgie and James Melville-Ross, share their story and why they are motivated to fundraise.

Read the GiST online.

Copies of Issue 24 of the GiST are available from stands at Evelina London Children’s Hospital and both Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals, our health centres in Lambeth and Southwark, and other local community facilities.

Lambeth Palace Road entrance closed 18-19 November

The main entrance to Evelina London Children's Hospital will be closed from 5am Saturday 18 - 8pm Sunday 19 November and there will be no access in or out of the hospital through these doors.

For directions on how to access the building, please visit our directions page.

Evelina London Children’s Hospital
St Thomas’ Hospital,
Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH
Tel: 020 7188 7188

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